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What are the Top Trends in Executive Development?

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The latest Trends in Executive Development report is ready, and the results may surprise you. With a record number of survey responses from CLO’s, Executives, Heads of Leadership Development, and Senior HR Leaders, it is clear that their most consistent … Continue reading

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5 Steps Anyone Can Take to Improve Their Thinking

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Think better, and you’ll gain greater clarity and wisdom and make a bigger difference in your organization and life. After years of being rewarded for results, it’s difficult to shift from action first to purposeful thinking. Without guidance on how … Continue reading

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A Boomer’s Decision: When to Turn Over the Reins

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Leader’s Question: I thought it was odd that Jack Ma of Alibaba decided to retire at the age of 48 to “turn the reins over to a new generation.” At my company the Boomers are staying even longer than usual. … Continue reading

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A Leader Lesson: Communicating a Culture Change

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Leader’s Question: What is the most important way for leaders to communicate when they are trying to change a culture? Bonnie’s Answer: To change a culture, whether it’s a county or a business, one must first influence the human spirit. … Continue reading

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Relationship Between Feeling Personality and Critical Thinking

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Personality type fans will probably not like this post, but statistics aren’t swayed by popularity. As someone who has been a fan of personality type for years and is a certified practitioner for both the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and … Continue reading

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